Jan 13

Past Event

State, Religion and Democracy – A Malaysian Perspective

Speaker: Dr. Mohammad Kamarulnizam bin Abdullah & Ms. Ruhanas Harun

January 13, 2014

4/3/14 4:00 PM - 4/3/14 7:00 PM




The Centre for Public Policy and Governance (CPPG), Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) in collaboration with Center for Research and Security Studies (CRSS)





Dr. Mohammad Kamarulnizam bin Abdullah is the Chairman, Curriculum Development Council, Institute of Diplomacy Timor Leste and Editorial Consultant, Institute for Public Security of Malaysia (IPSOM), Ministry of Internal Affairs. He was Deputy President, Malaysian Association for International Studies (AIS) 2012-13. His publications include The Role of the Conservative Christian Movements in the US-Israel “Special Relationship”  Pensee Multidisciplinary Journal, “Malaysia’s Role in Invigorating NAM’s Bandung Spirit” Jebut: Jurnal Sejarah, Politik dan Pengajian Strategi, Shifting Discourses in Social Sciences: Nexus of Knowledge and Power”. Asian Social Journal and others

Ms. Ruhanas Harun is a Professor at the Department of Strategic Studies, Faculty of Defence Studies and Management, National Defence University of Malaysia and Director of Centre for Defence and International Security Studies at the same University. She has taught in Malaysia and abroad including National University of Vietnam, Hanoi, The University of Cairo, Egypt and at the Universitas Pembangunan Nasional, Jogjakarta. She is also a leading expert on Indo-China and specifically on Vietnam. Her current research interests include politics and security in Southeast Asia, Malaysia-Indonesia relations, social and political changes in the Muslim world and peace-building in conflict/post conflict areas.

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